PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT -- by Tennessee Williams
As described in The New York Times: "Mr. Williams is telling the story of two marriages at points of acute crisis. One couple has just broken up after five years together. The other has not been able to come to terms in one day of wedlock. Both couples are living through a period of adjustment. The phrase is tinged with irony.
The play examines the sources of the crisis. Ralph Bates, a former war hero, has in-law trouble. George Haverstick, a war buddy who unexpectedly visits him on Christmas Eve with his bride of a day, has the shakes; his difficulty seems to be a fear of impotence. The end is happy, as comedy requires. The four go to bedin the right combinations."
In calling his play a "serious comedy," Mr. Williams puts his finger on its most unique aspect, for this is a work which combines a humorous viewpoint with deep-seated concern for a very real, human situation.
Show Times are 7:30pm on Friday/Saturday and 3pm on Sundays!
In addition to play productions on weekends, there is other entertainment at the Plough -- including Dinner & a movie Mondays!
Check the schedule and special events at: http://www.pewterploughplayhouse.net
Pewter Plough Playhouse (View)
828 Main Street
Cambria, CA 93428
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|